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    Jim Bulloch

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    Jim Bulloch


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    Coach, Organizer
    Jim made a great contribution to basketball as a very successful coach
    and organizer. He started coaching in the late 1930's and did not stop
    until the early 1980's. He coached the "Paulins" from 1948 thru 1955.
    The "Paulins" were Canadian Senior "A" Men's Champions in 1954. He
    coached St. Andrews from 1959 to 1964 and again in 1968 - 69. Jim also
    coached Nicolett Inn from 1978 thru 1983, leading them to a Canadian
    Senior "A" Men's Championship in 1979. Jim also coached Glenlawn
    Collegiate to three consecutive Provincial Championship Tournaments.

    In 1949, Jim was a founder of the nine-team McGregor Armories
    Junior Men's League. In the 1960's, he was a founder of the Winnipeg
    Paraplegic Sports League and the Golden Ramblers Wheelchair Basketball
    Team. Jim was also instrumental in organizing the first Pan American
    Paraplegic Games, held in Winnipeg in 1967 in conjunction with the Pan
    American Games. Jim has also been inducted into the Manitoba Sports
    Hall of Fame.
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